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Thinking positive Mon Feb 15, 2021 7:54 pm  

Leek Wire wrote:
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When do you all think we will be back watching live sport ?
I reckon June
First schools in March
Shops open in April
Pubs etc from May
Live sport From June 50% capacity
August all grassroots back
October 80% capacity
What does everybody else think ? :PRAY:
Re: Thinking positive Mon Feb 15, 2021 10:11 pm  
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Tough one to answer, but I'd also go with June and a reduced capacity.
Re: Thinking positive Tue Feb 16, 2021 5:59 am  

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Just read that the FA cup final and Carabua Cup final are being used for test events ,so if that is the fact then July or August ,I would rather to go back to watching Warrington and football to be perfect ,than rushing back ,it will be monumental and a brilliant feeling ,so patience is a virtue at the moment :thumb:
Re: Thinking positive Tue Feb 16, 2021 10:19 pm  

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I really hope we can get back to watching live rugby this season. It feels a long way away though.
Re: Thinking positive Wed Feb 17, 2021 3:12 am  

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Release from full lockdown has to be very carefully managed.

I'd rather watch rugby at the HJ in August / September and for the virus to be under control than go for May / June and then the virus come back again.
Re: Thinking positive Wed Feb 17, 2021 7:00 am  

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May have to go for rapid testing before games , where I live we have these facilities , went on Sunday ,had the results in half an hour by text ,fully agree by not rushing back ,2022 will be hopefully back to normal ,well has normal as can be, but the more things get postponed this year ,the later we will be back at Stadiums , people moan at me about missing the pub , I miss my live sport. :ASK:
Re: Thinking positive Wed Feb 17, 2021 12:38 pm  

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I don't think it'll be long at all until you can get a couple of thousand in . . . but I think the route to 100% capacity will be a very long one.
Re: Thinking positive Wed Feb 17, 2021 1:13 pm  

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Jack Napier wrote:
I don't think it'll be long at all until you can get a couple of thousand in . . . but I think the route to 100% capacity will be a very long one.


I think that there will be no ticket allocation to AWAY fans, which means that the West Stand at the HJ will be used by Wire fans, when the stadium is eventually made available for supporters.
Re: Thinking positive Wed Feb 17, 2021 1:36 pm  
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Jack Napier wrote:
I don't think it'll be long at all until you can get a couple of thousand in . . . but I think the route to 100% capacity will be a very long one.

The plan is to have every adult vaccinated with two dozes by August. Ambitions yes but it is achievable. If this is met then we would be able to have 100% capacity.
Re: Thinking positive Mon Feb 22, 2021 8:09 pm  

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If this easing of this lockdown works,we will get to see some Rugby League ,Magic Weekend, The Challenge Cup Final and the Rugby World Cup ,and games at the Halliwell ,obviously limited crowds at the start but we have to start somewhere , looking like 2022 we all will be back doing the things we love ,but slow steps is better than a sprint .
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